By Bobbi Ireland
Utilizing basic resources from the Library of Congress site, this special school room source offers ready-to-use lesson plans, research instruments, and rubrics in line with Abraham Lincoln and his era.
• comprises over 20 lesson plans in response to written files and art/humanities fundamental resources from Abraham Lincoln's era
• deals research instruments and review rubrics
• offers quite a few reproducibles and lesson plans
• worthy indexes supply entry to the entries through significant observe or subject
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Make a painting showing the freedom of slaves. • Write a letter to Lincoln from the point of view of a former slave. Evaluation Refer to the rubric on page 51 to evaluate the letter: Letter by Mrs. Luther Fowler 51 Rubric a Sentences/ Paragraphs 4 Complete sentences. Three to four well-written paragraphs. 3 Complete sentences without fragments or run-ons. Two to three wellwritten paragraphs. 2 Mostly complete sentences with only a few sentence errors. Only two paragraphs. 1 Letter contained many sentence fragments or runon sentences.
Abraham Lincoln and His Era. Using the American Memory Project to Teach with Primary Sources by Bobbi Ireland